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  • a  of or concerned with choreography

  • If there are special reasons for thisthe brilliance of the choreographer, Jerome Robbins, and the choreographic rightness of the materialthe point is still worth pondering.
  • Like 15 other Lloyd ballets, including An American in Paris from the Gershwin score, these were choreographic originals.
  • The piece was born of the Cognition and Choreography group's search for what team member Scott deLahunta calls "an artificially intelligent choreographic entity.
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  • Scott Hicks in AZ Central.com
    Catherine even went out on the floor and spent time as a waitress,Hicks says. "She brought her great choreographic skills to the ballet in the kitchen."
  • John Ashford in guardian.co.uk
    John Ashford, the Place's theatre director and creator of the prize, said: "If this year we have a 'shock' winner, it is thanks to the Place prize creating a level playing field for new choreographic voices to compete with their more established...
  • David McAllister in The Canberra Times
    The Australian Ballet's artistic director David McAllister said, "We're shocked and saddened by this tragic news. Tanja was such an exciting new choreographic voice, brimming with artistic ideas for the future of dance in Australia. We join the rest...

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